Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus examine how the width of sidewalks affects the pedestrian environment.
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Mark Gorton and neighbor Lisa Sladkus point out the perils of double parking on the UWS.
Kids and parents put their adorned bikes on display in a ride down 2nd Avenue.
NYC is getting a separated bike lane. Pinch us! Pinch us!!
Sarah Gallagher from the Upper Green Side introduces Streetfilms to some of the dangers of living near the Queensboro bridge. Talking to store owners, and others in the area, we learn there is another high cost of doing business in the area other than rent. "There's never a quiet time anymore. And there's never a […]
Glen McAnanama of Upper Green Side explains the chain reaction of the consequence of free on-street parking, what it means to the health of New Yorkers and how it all contributes to world greenhouse emissions.
StreetFilms was out at I.S. 89 in Manhattan last week working with Brooke DuBose and Graham Beck of Transportation Alternatives. The middle school students, with the help of Manhattan Youth's Bob Townley, organized an after-school speed gunning event in response to two recent accidents involving motorists and students crossing the West Side Highway on their […]
Lord Mayor Clover Moore of Sydney, Australia and Copenhagenâ€™s Mayor of the Technical & Environmental Administration Klaus Bondam ride bikes with Transportation Alternatives in a symbolic loop around Central Park.
Why do people ride? Ask them, they'll tell you.
The StreetFilms crew was on Fulton Street in Lower Manhattan a while back and discovered this delivery truck eating up an already meager sidewalk. Pedestrians, many of whom were forced out into the street, seemed to regard the obstruction as a common occurrence. Just one example of the thousands of intrusions per day a cars-first […]
Mechanic Hal Ruzal from Bicycle Habitat grades the bike locking ability of New Yorkers. Avoid a bad grade and listen to his advice.
Transportation Alternatives (T.A.) gathered a gaggle of cyclists on 42nd Street in Manhattan to stage a dramatic visual that shows how much street space is gained if more people rode bicycles or took mass transit instead of driving personal cars.
The staff of Transportation Alternatives rides with Enrique PeÃ±alosa & David Byrne to the "Manhattan on the Move" transportation conference.
An overview of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer's historic October 2006 Transportation Conference.
A memorial ride for Eric Ng, who was killed by a drunk driver on the West Side Highway Bike Path.